Okay, Not Bad   Supai Falls

One of the cascades forming small Supai Falls










Location: Supai, Havasupai Reservation, Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County
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Height: ~15 ft.
Access:   hike   nodog  
Distance: 9 miles (1 way)
Elevation: 5200 ft (-2100 ft)
Season: Mar-Oct
Difficulty:   strenuous
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Lat/Long:36.24650, -112.69930
Directions:From I-40 at Seligman, take exit 123 and drive 33 miles west on Hwy #66 to Indian Road 18. Turn right and drive 60 miles to parking lot at Hualapai Hilltop (at end of the road). Indian Road 18 can also be accessed from Kingman, by driving ~50 miles east on Hwy #66 (~6 miles past Peach Springs). There are no services after Seligman (or Kingman).

Supai Falls, aka Fiftyfoot Falls, is located a short distance past the village on the way to Havasu Falls and campground. It is about 3/4 mile past the village. You will need to look for a spur trail on the left, leading to the creek. This is really not much of a waterfall, but is a series of rapids along the creek, totalling about 15 ft. in height. The waterfall used to be much bigger before a flood wiped it out.

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Other waterfalls nearby:

Navajo Falls 0.27 miles
Havasu Falls 0.61 miles
Mooney Falls 1.23 miles
Beaver Falls 3.22 miles

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